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cutebutt mcsexyface
Join date: Nov 2006
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^Guess that's why I've never seen it on telly, don't have sky or the like.
But boys will be boys and girls have those eyes
that'll cut you to ribbons, sometimes
and all you can do is just wait by the moon
and bleed if it's what she says you ought to do
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Join date: Oct 2008
2,517 IQ
British music = all the huge bands. I'm British citizen, grew up in Canada and lived in the states, there are cool and idiotic people everywhere, some british were complete "tossers" others were super cool, it has little to do with geography..

ps i fukin hate Friends
Last edited by Tempoe at Dec 7, 2012,
Join date: Jul 2007
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Speaking as a neutral Irishman, I can say you are both being as arrogant as each other in this thread. Pretending that you're not is arrogant.

you would say that you wannabe Brit
“Just to sum up: I would do various things very quickly.” - Donald Trump
Join date: Aug 2008
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Quote by bradulator
you would say that you wannabe Brit

You're lucky he's not from Northern Ireland, you would have had a bomb in the post for that comment.
"If God exists, there's no way he is French" - Andrea Pirlo

Registered User
Join date: Sep 2007
22 IQ
Can we stop arguing about this pointless shite?

Yeah ive not seen Seinfeld but then its an American show. I grew up on Farther Ted to a degree but i don't expect everyone from the states to have seen it, even though i do highly recommend it.
The Madcap
Classical Guitarist
Join date: May 2007
9,780 IQ
They play Friends all the time on TV, on like 3 different stations, so I'll watch it sometimes. Honestly it isn't too bad. It does get sappy and a bit cheesy, but not nearly to the degree of other shows like HIMYM or Scrubs.
Marshmellow Dildo
Join date: Jan 2012
175 IQ
I personally prefer British humour to American. I find American humour to be to obvious and I can usually see the punchline coming from a mile off, where as British humour tends to be more subtle. That said though I do find certain American shows to be amusing.
Neo Evil11
Join date: Feb 2006
1,498 IQ
I would say American shows usually > British shows
British humour > American humous

My opinion. For example, I like the jokes in little Britain, but it is made pretty badly.
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I can't believe you are whoring yourself out like that.

isn't French.
Join date: Jul 2007
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Quote by Neo Evil11
I would say American shows usually > British shows
British humour > American humous

My opinion. For example, I like the jokes in little Britain, but it is made pretty badly.

Oh God Little Britain. So glad that's gone.

I kind of agree - I find British programs funnier, but I end up watching more American ones, though I think that's largely because while the Peep Show and stuff leave me about as depressed as I was going in, American sitcoms seem quite uplifting.
Mr Snrub
Join date: Mar 2005
165 IQ
Is there really such a thing as British humour? Take something like the Thick of it, which is hilarious, and something like Monty Python (which is abhorrent). Which would you say is British humour? They're both completely different.

I'd wager more people would describe Monty Python as British humour, but I'd disagree with that. Monty Python evidently has global appeal, whereas the Thick of it is clearly aimed at a British audience. The humour is by it's very purpose and nature 'British'.